Is there a preferred IMRT technique for left‐breast irradiation?

@inproceedings{Jeulink2015IsTA,
  title={Is there a preferred IMRT technique for left‐breast irradiation?},
  author={Marloes Jeulink and Max R. Dahele and Philip Meijnen and Ben J. Slotman and Wilko F.A.R. Verbakel},
  booktitle={Journal of applied clinical medical physics},
  year={2015}
}
Not all clinics have breath-hold radiotherapy available for left-breast irradiation. However intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) has also been advocated as a means of lowering heart doses. There is currently no large-scale, long-term follow-up data after breast IMRT and, since dose distributions may differ from classic tangent-based radiotherapy, caution is needed to avoid unexpected worsening of the late toxicity profile. We compared four IMRT techniques for free-breathing left-breast… CONTINUE READING
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